Rancho Water opens new horse trail in Temecula Wine Country

Temecula rider Ken Leach enjoys the new horse trail along Valle de Los Caballos with his horse Sayo. Valley News/Courtesy photo
TEMECULA. – Rancho California Water District, Temecula Valley Rural Lifestyles Inc. and Rancho California Horsemen’s Association will cut the ribbon on a new portion of an equestrian trail along Valle de Los Caballos in Temecula Saturday, Feb. 26.“Rancho Water is pleased to partner with our equestrian neighbors in the GlenOak Hills and Valle de Los Caballos communities,” Robert Grantham, general manager of Rancho Water, said. “We are fortunate to offer amenities like this one to the community.”The horse trail links between the Valle de Los Caballos and Oak Mountain Road to provide a safe alternative to riding along DePortola Road. Equestrians can use this trail as a path between the Valle de Los Caballos and DePortola winery trails to Oak Mountain Road, Leoness Cellars
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